On June 21, David Cameron stood in front of the prime minister's residence at No. 10 Downing Street and made a last-ditch plea. "Brits don't quit," he said, urging voters, particularly older ones, to side with him and elect to remain in the European Union. "We get involved. We take a lead. We make a difference, […]
Nigel Farage is the head of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), whose pledge to have a referendum on the European Union was copied by the Conservative Party’s David Cameron. Being the head of the largest UK party in the EU Parliament, Farage has taken a lot of abuse. Show More Summary
This article was originally published in The Conversation. Read the original article. Brexit and its aftermath continues to wreak havoc on British politics. David Cameron’s wreckless and unsuccessful gamble may eventually lead to the break-up of the United Kingdom but that is in the long term. Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday he hoped Britain and the European Union would maintain the "closest possible" relations in trade and security after the country leaves the bloc.
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that he is seriously considering the possibility to run for the prime minister’s office after resignation of David Cameron.
With headlines and soundbites now emerging from today's Brussels summit where David Cameron is the star attraction, here is how both the British referendum as well as the EU summit are being viewed elsewhere in Europe. First, here is...Show More Summary
Marian Tupy has a few thoughts on Brexit: First, I have not been a supporter of David Cameron's "one nation conservatism," which eschews fundamental economic reform and embraces the "nanny state," but I applaud the Prime Minister for...Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron heads to Brussels Tuesday (June 28), having suffered a career body blow after failing to persuade Britain to remain in the EU at the referendum he called for on June 23. He faces an uneasy meeting with his EU counterparts.
Jean-Claude Juncker's position rebuffs British Prime Minister David Cameron, who said that the U.K.'s split from the E.U. was for his successor to decide
Britain’s Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is “considering” standing in the Conservative Party leadership contest following the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron last week. He told the Good Morning Britain show on ITV1: “I’m not...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron is heading to Brussels to face the rest of Europe, following his EU referendum defeat. Cameron is set to meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, and then join a working dinner...Show More Summary
When David Cameron resigned on Friday, he fired the starting pistol on a three-month race between Conservative Party MPs to become the next Prime Minister. While he gave a deadline of early October to find his successor, an influential...Show More Summary
EU leaders will be reluctant to do David Cameron any favours after the turmoil caused by Britain’s move to leave the bloc. ||| London - British Prime Minister David Cameron is set to face his fellow European Union leaders for the first time since triggering a political earthquake that’s shaken the bloc’s foundations. Show More Summary
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Brexit and its aftermath continues to wreak havoc on British politics. David Cameron’s wreckless and unsuccessful gamble may eventually lead to the break-up of the United Kingdom but that is in the long term. Show More Summary
"I am not the person to provide the unity my party needs at this time"
British PM to discuss UK referendum result in Brussels for the first time, amid political and economic uncertainty.
The school’s alumni include outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron and Boris Johnson, who hopes to replace him. The Duke of Wellington supposedly attributed his victory at Waterloo to an Eton education. Cameron’s folly in calling an EU referendum suggests less desirable aspects.
That 'Leave' won Thursday's referendum has been seen as an indictment of the United Kingdom's whole political system. Fully 51.9% of voters elected to begin the process removing Britain from the European Union, marking the first time...Show More Summary